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use (2)
paint (2)
polyphoni (1)
project (1)

Stem renaiss$ (all stems)

7 papers:

KDIRKDIR-2014-SzejdaSC #question #wiki
Does a “Renaissance Man” Create Good Wikipedia Articles? (JS, MS, DC), pp. 425–430.
ICPRICPR-v3-2006-AlleneP #image #optimisation #using
Image Renaissance Using Discrete Optimization (CA, NP), pp. 631–634.
HPDCHPDC-2006-Druschel #distributed
Keynote The Renaissance of Decentralized Systems (PD), pp. 1–4.
ICPRICPR-v4-2004-CriminisiS #comparison
Did the great masters use optical projections while painting? Perspective Comparison of Paintings and Photographs of Renaissance Chandeliers (AC, DGS), pp. 645–648.
CSMRCSMR-1998-BattagliaSF #legacy #named
RENAISSANCE: A Method to Migrate from Legacy to Immortal Software Systems (MB, GS, JMF), pp. 197–200.
SEKESEKE-1992-Wagner #automation #reverse engineering
The Renaissance of CASE Through Computer Aided Reverse Engineering (CARE) (JW), pp. 551–559.
VLDBVLDB-1977-Lincoln #database #encoding
Encoding, Decoding and Storing Melodies for a Data Base of Renaissance Polyphony: A Progress Report (HBL), pp. 277–282.

Bibliography of Software Language Engineering in Generated Hypertext (BibSLEIGH) is created and maintained by Dr. Vadim Zaytsev.
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